Atlantis the Caribbean Monte Carlo
The “Lost City of Atlantis” has been part of our literature for 100’s of years and now your family can vacation at Atlantis. With signature dining, a marina, the largest waterpark and a casino, some consider Atlantis the Caribbean Monte Carlo. Originally part of the Paradise Island Hotel and Casino in the 60’s and owned by Merv Griffin this resort has changed ownership a couple of times, but with each owner adding to the astounding beauty that is Atlantis. Now part of Marriott International’s Autograph Collection Hotels guests not only get to visit paradise, you have the ability to take part in all that the Marriott rewards program offers.
Relax and Welcome to Paradise
Atlantis has designed an amazing retreat, no matter your budget. They offer casual and family friendly value priced rooms, for the more budget minded. Deluxe room accommodations, family friendly suites, and even a marina that will rival Monte Carlo. No matter what room category you choose, you are staying style, luxury, and convenience.
The Caribbean’s Largest Waterpark
3 resort towers and 3 resort buildings, which include suites and villas, are intertwined throughout the Caribbean’s largest, 141 – acre waterpark. The grand icon of Aquaventure is the Mayan Temple, which towers at an astounding six-story height. The structures boast several thrilling water rides, including the Leap of Faith,a 60-foot near-perpendicular plunge that sends riders through a clear acrylic tunnel submerged in a shark-filled lagoon. The Mayan Temples boasts three other slides as well, including the Challenger slides, Serpent Slide, and the Jungle Slide.
If you want something a little more “adrenaline-fueled”, then The Power Tower is for you. It is Aquavbentures’s tallest feature at 120′ and home to 4 adrenaline-inducing water slides. The most notorious, The Abyss, drops body sliders at a staggering near-vertical 50 feet into total darkness and through tumbling waterfalls, ending your journey in a deep cenote filled with menacing Alligator Gars. If that is a little too much adrenaline, the 3 inner-tube slides, The Drop, The Falls and The Surge are also located in The Power Tower. Using “master-blaster” technology riders are propelled both uphill and downhill throughout the tower.
Atlantis is home to 14 lagoons and more than 50,000 aquatic animals, with over 250 marine species represented. Simulating the 11,000-year-old lost continent, the Dig provides a unique look at the amazing civilization of some the world’s most exotic sea creatures. Providing guests with a taste of the life in the legendary destroyed city of Atlantis, you can observe the bottom of the floors in different aquariums the wreckage and debris.
Atlantis is not only filled with water sports, there are many things to do on land as well. Tennis, Shopping, Fire and Earth Pottery, Rock Climbing, Atlantis Library, Atlantis Theatre and even world renowned golf course designed by Tom Weisskopf.
Caribbean Monte Carlo
Spanning a 7-acre lagoon and linking the towers, the world-class Atlantis Casino is an innovation in casino design. State of the art player tracking systems allows the players to insert their room into any slot machine or present to any dealer to begin earning points for promotional giveaways. The are 85 gaming tables featuring baccarat, Ultimate Texas Hold’em poker, Let it Ride poker, craps, roulette, blackjack and over 700 of the latest slot machines. If you aren’t sure how to play, complimentary gamily lessons are available daily.
Only Atlantis can you bring you dining options, which are beyond compare. Featuring 21 restaurants, 19 bars, lounges, poolside snacking, endless buffet, and family style meals, you will be sure to appease your palate here. Dining reservations are required for all fine dining and a’ la carte options.
Atlantis is the perfect vacation destination for families, couples, weddings and even vow renewals. The possibilities for an amazing vacation are endless when you spend time at the Caribbean Monte Carlo. Click here for more information about Atlantis or contact Erin with Destinations to Explore.
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